As with the conventional models of the range, the Renault Sandero RS 2020 will be able to upgrade its commercial life with new lattice and rear lights, adding other details to enhance its sporting character.
There are many information about the new one Renault Sandero and Logan 2020, which will appear in Brazil for a few weeks. It is already clear that it will be new automatic CVT box, and a new design in several of his details. But it has not yet been known how changes will be applied to a sports relative of the range: Renault Sandero RS 2020.
But it did not take long to know how this car would be, developed Renault Sport especially for Latin America, Several very interesting photographs filtered through social networks in the neighboring country, reaches out to our friends Motor1 Brazil, who published them.
The jewel in the crown in the new series Renault Sandero, will again be Sandero RS 2020. However, it seems that will not renovate your barbecue but it will continue with the current, with sluggish meshes new optics of red cores and edges in gray.
It will also be new 17-inch diamond wheels, while on the back will replicate a new light design inspired by Renault 's European models, including "RS" logo and a new bumper.
The Latin American hot hole seems to keep its mechanical configuration, with a known engine 2.0-liter 16-valve. 145 horses power i 204 Nm torque at 3,750 rpm, along with a 6-speed manual box. It will also continue with the setting configured by Renault Sport electrical equipment for steering, suspension and braking.
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New Renault Sandero and Logan will go to the Brazilian market at the end of July, including range of Sandero RS, Logan Stepway and the possible adventurous version of Sandero, who preceded the current Stepway. For Colombia, these changes are assumed to be should arrive later this year or early 2020.
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Julscar Julián Restrepo Mantilla. Source: Motor 1 Brazil.